The Dunwells have done well in the US and are back home to Light Up The Skies tonight in Sheffield, writes Graham Walker
The quartet have appeared on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, recorded at Willie Nelson’s Pedernales studio and made a name for themselves at festivals across the USA.
But now the Leeds-based band, who are set for the big time back in the UK, are on their Light Up The Skies tour.
They played The Leopard in Doncaster last night and The Plug, in Sheffield, tonight, April 5. Doors 7pm.
The Dunwells, brothers Joe and Dave Dunwell, plus cousins Jonny Lamb and Rob Clayton, are a mix of rock, pop and folk, with the voices of angels.
They are following debut album Blind Sighted Faith with second offering, Follow The Road.
VIDEO: Press the play button to watch brothers Joe and Dave chat about the band and perform Light Up The Skies, the title track from their UK tour.
Tickets, £11, are available for The Plug on 0114 2413040, or visit www.the-plug.com.
Also see The Star’s entertainments listings site at www.wow247.co.uk.
LIGHT UP THE SKIES TOUR - MORE DATES
Sun 6th April: The Trades Club – Hebden Bridge
Thu 10th April: Number one – Stratford
Sat 12th April: The Borderline – London
Wed 16th April: The New Adelphi – Hull
Thu 17th April: Deaf institute – Manchester
Fri 18th April: Oran Mor – Glasgow
Fri 25th April: Town Hall – Leeds
For more visit the band’s official web site at www.thedunwells.com.